Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
North Ayrshire
Planning Authority
North Ayrshire
Dalry (N Ayrshire)
NS 31958 49842
231958, 649842


Probably David Hamilton, architect. Circa 1815. 2 storeys

over basement, with attic, 3-bay classical house. Droved

ashlar with polished margins and channelled basement.

Giant clasping pilasters at all angles. Central door in

shallow advanced bay approached by broad splayed flight of

steps with delicate cast-iron railing. 2 pairs of Ionic

columns support entablature. Cill course to ground floor.

All windows with moulded architrves and rosettes, ground

floor windows corniced. 12-pane sashes throughout. Mutule

cornice with blocking course, raised over central bay and

end pilasters. 2 small later dormers. Boldly grouped

central stacks, piended slate roof.

Interior: Entrance hall with good plaster cornice and

enriched ceiling, Roman Doric screen between hall and

stair compartment. Simply detailed cast-iron balusters to

stair, oval cupola above with Vitruvian Scroll decoration

at its base. Characteristic period detail to reeded

architrves. Some original chimneypieces.

Statement of Special Interest

NSA Vol V p. 220 "Castles and Mansions of Ayrshire". A H


"Topographical Description of Ayrshire", 1820. p. 246.

George Robertson.



NSA Vol V p. 220 "Castles and Mansions of Ayrshire". A H


"Topographical Description of Ayrshire", 1820. p. 246.

George Robertson.

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We list buildings of special architectural or historic interest using the criteria published in the Historic Environment Scotland Policy Statement.

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